General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> February 2, 2009


Tim Call, Chief Investment Officer of The Capital Management Corporation, graduated from the University of Virginia and continued his education with an MBA degree from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He received his CFA designation in June 1995. He started his investment career at Lowe Brockenbrough & Company as an Equity Research Analyst. During his tenure at LBC, he led research efforts for six sectors and was a member of the Investment Committee. He left the firm in 2002 as Director of Research to further develop his career at Beacon Trust in Madison, New Jersey. He was hired as Vice President, Portfolio Manager to establish investment disciplines and to lead the firm's research process for their flagship equity product. In 2004, he was promoted to Chief Investment Officer and Executive Vice President. He returned to Richmond, Virginia in 2006 to take on the position as a Partner of The Capital Management Corporation, a small investment boutique serving individuals and families for over 40 years. Since he arrived he has developed numerous equity products, established more stringent investment disciplines and taken on the role as the Chief Investment Officer. He is the Chairman of the Investment Policy Committee and responsible for overseeing client investments. He is also the author of the firm's quarterly newsletter "Focus". Profile
TWST: Would you start with an overview of Capital Management Corporation and

your responsibilities there?

Mr. Call: Capital Management Corporation is a 43-year-old firm headquartered in